Guide to Mining Law in Indonesia

Guide to Mining Law in Indonesia
14 June 2021

SSEK partner Fitriana Mahiddin has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Lexology Getting the Deal Through: Mining 2021 global guide.

This guide provides local insights into mining industry issues, including basis of legal, regulatory and resource/reserve reporting system; ownership and acquisition of mining rights and title; restrictions on foreign parties; state participation, expropriation and compensation mechanisms; duties, royalties and taxes, including stabilization mechanisms; business structures; financing sources and security regime; restrictions on movement of goods, services, people and capital in connection with mining activities; environmental, closure and remediation, health and safety, labor, social and community, and international law issues; anti-bribery and corrupt practices; and recent trends.

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SSEK is a leading full-service corporate law firm based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Since its founding in 1992, SSEK has grown to one of the largest and most highly regarded corporate law firms in Indonesia. SSEK is recognized by independent legal directories including Chambers & Partners, The Legal 500 and Asialaw as a leading law firm in Indonesia across all major practice areas including banking and finance, capital markets, corporate law and mergers and acquisitions, construction and real estates, energy and natural resources, labor and employment, project finance, restructuring and insolvency, shipping, and technology, media and telecommunications. SSEK has been named the Indonesian Law Firm of the Year on multiple occasions.

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